Tag Archives: Leadership

How do people see you? Are you a TRUST BOOSTER or a TRUST BUSTER? CORPORATE TRUST Begins with YOU

When it comes to trust—How do people see you?  How do you view yourself?  Are you a trust booster or a trust buster? Today, trust is a critical element in the workplace, whether it is an email, a tweet, one-on-one, in the classroom or in a staff meeting.   I have done my share of trust […]

VOLUNTEERISM: Improving Innovation, Learning and Leadership Performance

When people are in need, my hand is often raised.  Especially, wherever I see I can contribute and make a difference.  I grew up reading super hero comic books—Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, Captain America, Hulk, Spiderman—you name it!  Maybe this is where it all started.  I collected them all.  I believe […]

DISC or MBTI? How about Emotional Intelligence (EI)?

This week I have been reviewing job descriptions seeking candidates with Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) experience.  And, this week I was asked a question by a colleague wanting to transition from technical training to doing leadership training.  He asked which is the preferred of the two psychometrically proven Jungian (Carl Jung) based, behavioral assessment tools, […]

Public Speaking: Articulate You and Your Business for Increased Profits

Speaking in front of groups is scary for many business professionals.  Public speaking is a skill that carries throughout the workplace and into our personal lives.  Expressing oneself effectively takes skill and constant practice.  In business, you do not G-E-T unless you A-S-K.  What are you leaving on the table? Today, margins are tight and […]

INNOVATION SECRETS: 7 Ways to Manage Psychological Blind Spots, Going Deeper

The key to sustaining innovation is being able to think out of the box—keeping fresh ideas coming.  Taking leadership to the next level and providing programs that “go deep” means literally digging deeper.  Over time, we develop tunnel vision.  I know I have.  So, I have to consciously keep myself out of that rut.  Otherwise, […]